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Mt. Dade

Officially fails because saddle depth is less than 300'

The interactive map below is initially centered on the target summit (Mt. Dade), but may be scrolled around by simply grabbing hold of the map image with the mouse and dragging. The controls at the top may also be used to pan around, adjust magnification, and select different map types. Clicking a peak marker displays a window containing information about the summit. Even more information about Mt. Dade appears in the Peak Details section just below the map.

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Red Marker Summit of Mt. Dade - click here to re-center map on this peak
Blue MarkerHighest saddle connecting Mt. Dade with a higher summit
Green Marker An official VRMC California Thirteener summit
Grey Marker A summit that narrowly fails the official VRMC California Thirteener passing criteria

Mt. Dade Details

Official summit elevation4149m (13,612')
Summit elevation source mapMOUNT ABBOT, CA USGS 7.5' Quadrangle (40 foot contour)
DEM summit4149m
Map summit13,600'+
DEM saddle4074m
Map saddle13,360'+
Official saddle depth246'
Saddle elevation source mapMOUNT ABBOT, CA USGS 7.5' Quadrangle (40 foot contour)
Official saddle elevation sourceMOUNT ABBOT, CA USGS 10 meter DEM
Difficulty (via easiest route)Class 2
Secor (3rd ed.) guidebook page337
Secor (2nd ed.) guidebook page323
Roper guidebook page135
SummitPost.org pageMOUNT DADE
Climber.Org trip reportsdade
SPS list classificationRegular
Summit UTM easting (NAD27)342550
Summit UTM northing (NAD27)4138530
Summit longitude (WGS84)-118.7793
Summit latitude (WGS84)37.3819
Saddle UTM easting (NAD27)342280
Saddle UTM northing (NAD27)4138710
Saddle longitude (WGS84)-118.7824
Saddle latitude (WGS84)37.3835